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Re: England to Canada 1940s
« Reply #9 on: Friday 26 June 09 01:17 BST (UK) »
Thanks for the additional info Debbie.

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Re: England to Canada 1940s
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 27 June 09 17:01 BST (UK) »
Thank you all for your efforts, after intense searching through my very old written notes, i have possibly made a mistake.
I now beleive that Beatrice Fincham married  Healy and had a son Ross Edward Healy...
So now in search for them...

Sorry for all the confusion...
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Re: England to Canada 1940s
« Reply #11 on: Saturday 27 June 09 17:59 BST (UK) »
Does this link have any significance as it mentions the Christian names of the sisters with the difference spelling of Florance with an "a" and the timeframe of the 1940s although the last name is one generation removed from Fincham.

http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?florance::fincham::263.html

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Re: England to Canada 1940s
« Reply #12 on: Saturday 27 June 09 19:55 BST (UK) »
Hey debbie, That's me, it s so long ago i cannot remember placing that there...
There is a mix up in my notes, hense i am trying to get it  sorted.
Its possible that Ada Baker went to Canada and had a daughters Beatrice and Florence, But have found nothing to back that up, so i was going along the line that Beatrice and Florance went to Canada as Finchams as these names also appear in the elders of the family line....If only my mother was alive to repeat it all, or indeed another family member that told me somthing along the same line...
Would you know if there is a source where i could search for a Ada Fincham who married a  Baker, this would mean Beatrice would be Beatrice Baker marrying a Healy..

ain't  it all a mix up.... Thanks for your efforts and help...



Does this link have any significance as it mentions the Christian names of the sisters with the difference spelling of Florance with an "a" and the timeframe of the 1940s although the last name is one generation removed from Fincham.

http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?florance::fincham::263.html

Debbie
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Oakley- Parker-Potter-Smith-Wright...

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Re: England to Canada 1940s
« Reply #13 on: Saturday 27 June 09 21:17 BST (UK) »
I am somewhat confused as to timeline. 

Your earlier post referenced Olie Cheesman.  There is a marriage for Olive S. Fincham to Clarence Cheeseman Mar 1916 Norwich and a birth of Olive Susannah  Mar 1895 Wayland.  Is this Ada's sister?  When is Ada born?  I'm trying to figure out how old Beatrice and Florance would be.

Have you searched the 1911 British census for these names and are they there in that year?

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Re: England to Canada 1940s
« Reply #14 on: Saturday 27 June 09 22:58 BST (UK) »
Yes i can understand the confusion.
I have most info on Ada and her sisters including Olive/Oli.
Ada was bn 1879 Norfolk uk.
Ada had two sisters, Beatrice bn 1883 and Florance bn 1890.
I think( according to my notes) Ada may have married a  Mr Baker they have two daughters Beatrice & Florence, I think this daughter Beatrice married a Healy in Canada, they have a son Ross Healy..

I have all info on Ada's parent's, sisters and brothers. But Ada seems to be the one missing....  I could not find her on the 1901 census, checked the 1911 census for UK , only one appears for her birth period and thats not her...

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I am somewhat confused as to timeline. 

Your earlier post referenced Olie Cheesman.  There is a marriage for Olive S. Fincham to Clarence Cheeseman Mar 1916 Norwich and a birth of Olive Susannah  Mar 1895 Wayland.  Is this Ada's sister?  When is Ada born?  I'm trying to figure out how old Beatrice and Florance would be.

Have you searched the 1911 British census for these names and are they there in that year?

Debbie
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Eagling-Fincham-Goddard-Gooch.
Hammond-Johnson-Long.
Musk-Mickleborough/Mickleburgh.
Oakley- Parker-Potter-Smith-Wright...

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Re: England to Canada 1940s
« Reply #15 on: Sunday 28 June 09 00:37 BST (UK) »
Perhaps a possibility for Ada arriving in Canada.

http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/passenger/001045-119.02-e.php?sisn_id_nbr=4169&page_sequence_nbr=1&interval=20&page_id_nbr=32654&&&PHPSESSID=r7fn6dj26augvjnjrsg8k0o3v3

Miss A.E. Fincham, 25, born Norfolk, occupation cook, destination Montreal
Sailed Liverpool to Montreal, arriving Nov 7, 1903 on the Tunisian
She's on page 3, line 10 of the passenger list

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Re: England to Canada 1940s
« Reply #16 on: Sunday 28 June 09 05:24 BST (UK) »
Finally some good news!
The marriage of Beatrice May Baker to Mortimer Healey in 1931 at St. Michael The Archangel church in Montreal.  Ancestry lists is as Hevley.

I can send you the image if you PM me.

Details are
17 July 1931 Mortimer Healey and Beatrice May Baker , a baptized non-Catholic of Montreal, daughter of Alfred Baker and Ada Fincham (looks like Arda).  Married in the presence of her mother and sister Florence Baker.

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Re: England to Canada 1940s
« Reply #17 on: Sunday 28 June 09 05:40 BST (UK) »
Birth of Florence Sadie Baker, daughter of Alfred John and Ada Elizabeth Fincham
11 March 1912 at Montreal

Birth of Beatrice Mary daughter of Alfred Baker and Ada Fincham
16 December 1909 and baptized 10 July 1910

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